NoMAA’s #StayHomeOpenStudios with Christopher Priore

NoMAA presents a series of studio tours with Uptown artists each Thursday at 7:30pm. If you have a question for the artists, email info@nomaanyc.org or post on social media using #StayHomeOpenStudios

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Go to NoMAA’s #StayHomeOpenStudios on Zoom every Thursday at 7:30 HERE

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Watch on NoMAA’s YouTube Channel https://bit.ly/nomaa_youtube

Artist Christopher Priore has lived and had his studio in Washington Heights for over two decades. A pioneer of skywriting as an art medium, he has also contributed to innovative painting practices through a sustained exploration of bringing his artworks off the wall and out into the viewer’s physical space. Priore has had solo gallery and museum exhibitions in New York and nationally. He holds a BFA from Carnegie Mellon University, School of Art and an MFA in Painting from Savannah College of Art and Design. This year he achieved his SHRM-SPC through coursework at Fordham University, while teaching at Bergen Community College.

www.christopherpriorestudio.com

This week’s #StayHomeOpenStudios with Christopher Priore is sponsored in part by Aqua Marina.

NYC Department of Cultural AffairsThis program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Curator Walk for Healing and Community: Physical to Virtual

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Zoom room link May 20, 7:30pm

NoMAA PRESENTS THREE ONLINE EXHIBITION ROOMS
Healing and Community: Physical to Virtual
curated by Patricia Miranda

THE GALLERIES:
Reflection: Art of introspection and meditation
Connection: Art that links the self to others
Community: Art as action

Art weaves threads of connection across otherwise robust boundaries. These connections translate into actions that ripple out into the world as culture, through art that reflects, critiques, and celebrates the complicated world we live in.
In a time of social distancing, art brings us together. We sing across balconies, dance across computer screens, paint and post pictures of the mundane and the extraordinary, the tragic and the comedic. Art connects us when we cannot physically be together, and reminds us of the bonds that make us a community.

CURATOR:
Patricia Miranda, a long-time resident of Washington Heights, is an interdisciplinary artist, curator, and educator, and founder of MAPSpace project space and The Crit Lab, professional development and critique for artists. She creates objects and installations using found textile, books, and paper, altered with handmade natural dyes and pigments as form, process, and ecofeminist action.

Artist Talk for Healing and Community: Physical to Virtual

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Join the Zoom meeting room May 6, 7:30pm
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82985333136?pwd=SVc2NUptay9nRUtOcHpkeFYzTjBzZz09

NoMAA PRESENTS THREE ONLINE EXHIBITION ROOMS
Healing and Community: Physical to Virtual
curated by Patricia Miranda

THE GALLERIES:
Reflection: Art of introspection and meditation
Connection: Art that links the self to others
Community: Art as action

Art weaves threads of connection across otherwise robust boundaries. These connections translate into actions that ripple out into the world as culture, through art that reflects, critiques, and celebrates the complicated world we live in.
In a time of social distancing, art brings us together. We sing across balconies, dance across computer screens, paint and post pictures of the mundane and the extraordinary, the tragic and the comedic. Art connects us when we cannot physically be together, and reminds us of the bonds that make us a community.

CURATOR:
Patricia Miranda, a long-time resident of Washington Heights, is an interdisciplinary artist, curator, and educator, and founder of MAPSpace project space and The Crit Lab, professional development and critique for artists. She creates objects and installations using found textile, books, and paper, altered with handmade natural dyes and pigments as form, process, and ecofeminist action.

Practical Steps for Digital Image Preparation

GET READY FOR THE VIRTUAL 2020 UPTOWN ARTS STROLL

Learn best practices plus tips and tricks for submitting digital images for exhibitions. Understand image resolution, guides on what makes a good image, batch sizing and naming files, and curating images to present your work in the best light.

Patricia Miranda, a long-time resident of Washington Heights, is an interdisciplinary artist, curator, and educator, and founder of MAPSpace project space and The Crit Lab, professional development and critique for artists. She creates objects and installations using found textile, books, and paper, altered with handmade natural dyes and pigments as form, process, and ecofeminist action.

Download the Worksheet for Practical Steps for Digital Image Preparation

This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

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Open Call – Healing and Community: Physical to Virtual

NoMAA PRESENTS THREE ONLINE EXHIBITION ROOMS
Healing and Community: Physical to Virtual
curated by Patricia Miranda

Open Call for Uptown Artists & Performers
Submission Deadline (extended): April 29, 2020

APPLY HERE

THE GALLERIES

Reflection: Art of introspection and meditation
– This gallery explores work that offers solace and contemplation in a challenging time

Connection: Art that links the self to others
– This gallery explores work that reflects and represents our communities, local to global

Community: Art as action
– This gallery explores work that reflects and represents the challenges of the world – and calls us to action

Art weaves threads of connection across otherwise robust boundaries.
These connections translate into actions that ripple out into the world as culture, through art that reflects, critiques, and celebrates the complicated world we live in.
In a time of social distancing, art brings us together. We sing across balconies, dance across computer screens, paint and post pictures of the mundane and the extraordinary, the tragic and the comedic. Art connects us when we cannot physically be together, and reminds us of the bonds that make us a community.

Eligibility
Open to artists working or residing in El Barrio, Harlem, Washington Heights or Inwood. Above 110th Street on the West Side (west of 5th Ave) and above 96th Street on the East Side (east of 5th Ave).

Requirements

  • Original works only
  • Submit up to 4 images in any visual art medium
  • Submit max 5 min video of performance – including spoken word, dance, theater or multi-disciplinary. Videos must be uploaded to Youtube, and Youtube url (website link) entered in submission form (example: https://youtu.be/iuESazLXcQY).

ONLINE GALLERY EVENTS at www.artstroll.com
May 6, 7:30pm Artist Talk
May 20, 7:30pm Curator’s Walk

questions: info@nomaanyc.org

POSTPONED – The Future Is Now! with People’s Theatre Project & We All Count! ¡Todos Contamos! – art making with NoMAA

Hey NYC, we all count! Join us on a creative journey to envision and identify the diversity and needs of our community and what our neighborhood can look like when fully counted!

POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE subscribe to NoMAA’s e-newsletter to hear of rescheduled dates.
Buunni Coffee- Inwood 4961 Broadway (207 St / Isham St) NY NY

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The Future Is Now!
Join People’s Theatre Project at the Buunni Performance Space in Inwood for a theatrical call to action for Census 2020.
Now is our chance to secure the resources and representation we deserve! Ignited by Census 2020, this new theatrical event is touring NYC’s immigrant/Latinx/POC communities to encourage each of us to stand up and be counted.

NoMAA presents art making with local artist Josefina Hernandez:
WE ALL COUNT! ¡TODOS CONTAMOS!
Hey NYC, we all count! Join us on a creative journey to envision and identify the diversity and needs of our community and what our neighborhood can look like when fully counted! Participants will pledge to make their voices count while engaging in collage and drawing. This workshop is an informative and creative way to learn about the 2020 Census and help participants understand how being counted benefits their community.
Free and for all ages!

Support provided by Make Manhattan Count Grant from Manhattan Borough President Gale A Brewer

Opening – Women in the Heights: Creating for the Future

The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in partnership with Broadway Housing Communities and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling presents “Women in the Heights: Creating for the Future”. Curated by Andrea Arroyo
Closing, Artist Talk & Workshop: March 31, 6-8pm

The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in partnership with Broadway Housing Communities and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling presents “Women in the Heights: Creating for the Future”.

Curated by Andrea Arroyo
Opening: March 5, 6:30-8:30pm
Dates: March 5-31, 2020
Closing, Artist Talk & Workshop: March 31, 6:30-8:30pm
Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm
and by special appointment

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Participating artists: Adalky Franchesca Capellán, Nadema Agard, Yael Ben-Zion, Leenda Bonilla, Susan N. Bresler, Lyndell Brookhouse-Gil, Lisbeth Checo, Gal Cohen, Destiny Corporan, Rose Deler, Maria Fernandez , Sally Fisher, Julann Gebbie, Lauren Gohara, Kat Gooch-Breault, Wilhelmina Grant, Josefina Hernandez, Maggie Hernandez, Selina Hernandez, Lilia Levin, Alison Loeb, Marne Lucas, Michele Michel, Patricia Miranda, Taeesha Muhammad, Eva Nikolova, Bonnie Phillips, Diana Schmertz, Elizabeth Starcevic, Yasuyo Tanaka, Joana Toro, Tamara Wasserman and Betty Capellan*. / * in memoriam

March is Women’s History Month and women around the world are leading the way to a better future for all. This year, we invite artists to submit works that reflect and inspire empowerment and change. The 10th anniversary of the Women in the Heights exhibition will be held in a historic year in the USA, with the upcoming Presidential Election and the celebration of the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage.

ONLINE: Artist Talk – Women in the Heights: Creating for the Future

The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in partnership with Broadway Housing Communities and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling presents “Women in the Heights: Creating for the Future”.

Curated by Andrea Arroyo

The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in partnership with Broadway Housing Communities and The Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling presents Women in the Heights: Creating for the Future.
Curated by Andrea Arroyo

ONLINE Artist Talk: March 31, 7:30pm – 8:30pm (PLEASE NOTE THE NEW TIME)
Join NoMAA on Zoom HERE at 7:30pm on Tuesday, March 31.
JOIN BY PHONE ONLY: Dial by your location
+1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 778 999 8888

Participating artists: Adalky Franchesca Capellán, Nadema Agard, Yael Ben-Zion, Leenda Bonilla, Susan N. Bresler, Lyndell Brookhouse-Gil, Lisbeth Checo, Gal Cohen, Destiny Corporan, Rose Deler, Maria Fernandez , Sally Fisher, Julann Gebbie, Lauren Gohara, Kat Gooch-Breault, Wilhelmina Grant, Josefina Hernandez, Maggie Hernandez, Selina Hernandez, Lilia Levin, Alison Loeb, Marne Lucas, Michele Michel, Patricia Miranda, Taeesha Muhammad, Eva Nikolova, Bonnie Phillips, Diana Schmertz, Elizabeth Starcevic, Yasuyo Tanaka, Joana Toro, Tamara Wasserman and Betty Capellan*. / * in memoriam

March is Women’s History Month and women around the world are leading the way to a better future for all. This year, we invite artists to submit works that reflect and inspire empowerment and change. The 10th anniversary of the Women in the Heights exhibition will be held in a historic year in the USA, with the upcoming Presidential Election and the celebration of the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage.

Women in the Heights history – 2010-2019 exhibitions

Previous exhibitions

NoMAA’s Open Call: Make Manhattan Count – 2020 Census PSA

Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in partnership with the Manhattan Borough President’s Office ‘s Make Manhattan Count Initiative, seeks PSA (Public Service Announcement) video submission of 30 seconds to 2 minutes to encourage participation in the 2020 Census.
OPEN CALL DEADLINE March 2, 2020
Awards of $500 – $750 will be given to the winning submission(s).

OPEN CALL DEADLINE March 2, 2020
Awards of $500 – $750 will be given to the winning submission(s).
Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMAA), in partnership with the Manhattan Borough President’s Office ‘s Make Manhattan Count Initiative, seeks PSA (Public Service Announcement) video submission of 30 seconds to 2 minutes to encourage participation in the 2020 Census.
APPLICATION BELOW